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Why listening to a podcast is important?
Shipping Podcasts allow you to hear the voices of so many different industry specialists, which is important in the global shipping industry. Not only can you access viewpoints both alike and different from your own, but you have knowledge at your fingertips and the ability to learn new things.
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Shipping Podcast - this is where we talk about the coolest industry on the planet and help raise the maritime industry's profile. The shipping industry is the backbone of international trade, contributing to the globalisation and development of the world, but it's the shipping people who makes the world go around. This is where you meet the maritime professionals, strong characters with an interesting background.
- 205 Dita Bruijn, Director North Sea P&O Ferriesby Lena Göthberg, Dita Bruijn on 13/01/2023 at 6:00 am
From the Netherlands to South America and back again In this episode, I am in conversation with Dita Bruijn, the Director North Sea of P&O Ferries. Dita is a true global maritime professional with an exciting career in the liner business who has now taken on the challenge of working with ferries. She is very interested in the digital transformation the maritime industry is experiencing. Dita Bruijn is passionate about shipping. You can hear that from her way of describing the industry to young people who she is engaging with, showing them the exciting stuff you, as a young person, can work with. Please let me know what you think about episode 205, and give Dita a shoutout for being such a great role model for the industry! Thanks for listening.
- 204 Heléne Mellquist, President Volvo Pentaby Lena Göthberg, Heléne Mellquist on 30/12/2022 at 6:00 am
Our cultural values align with the Volvo Group and include customer focus, passion, teamwork, and professionalism. There are so many good things to pick up on in this episode. Sustainability, leadership, courage, new tech, next generation. And all is connected. Everyone must take a leap of faith and dare to learn new things. That is how we will reach the maritime industry 2.0 - just like every line of business that wants to stay in business needs to do. Listen to Heléne Mellquist, President of Volvo Penta, the former CEO of Rederi AB Transatlantic, a prominent Swedish shipowner at the time, but back in the Volvo Group for a while now. She talks about her passion for business, sees collaboration as the way forward, and is passionate about inclusiveness. It’s all music to my ears and gives me hope for the future. What about you? What do you think? Please drop me a line at email@example.com and let me know. Thank you for listening.
- 203 Marianna Levtov, Director Development East Asia, Middle East & CIS Countries/ Head of Regulatory Affairs, Nexxiotby Lena Göthberg, Marianna Levtov on 16/12/2022 at 6:00 am
IoT is not scary; it's enabling us to focus on exciting things In episode 203, we meet a Change Agent who promotes and supports a new way of doing things. Marianna Levtov is currently working at Nexxiot, where she focuses on IoT, innovations, and digitised solutions in transport and logistics. We discuss why shipping and maritime, which have been so instrumental in globalisation for a long time, are now viewing ourselves as not so advanced regarding new tech and digitalisation. We also talk about recruitment, different views and ways of leading the industry forward. I hope you enjoy our conversation. Please give us a shout-out on social media. Thanks for listening.
- 202 Niclas Dahl, Managing Director Oceanbirdby Lena Göthberg, Niclas Dahl on 02/12/2022 at 6:00 am
Powered by wind Meet Niclas Dahl, Managing Director of Oceanbird, the startup company aiming to re-introduce wind as power for vessels transporting goods. It sounds like going backwards, but it's taking advantage of all new tech available, contributing to a sustainable maritime industry. Listen to our conversation, which sails through the challenges of starting a new setup in an old-fashioned industry, diversity, leadership and unexpected collaborations. You don't want to miss out on this one. So download, listen and tell your friends! Bonus: have a look at the video. Thank you for listening #everyconversationmatters
- 201 Captain James Foong, Master Marinerby Lena Göthberg, James Foong on 18/11/2022 at 6:00 am
Life at sea. In episode 201, Captain James Foong, Master Mariner from Malaysia, speaks about the life of a seafarer. We talk about the challenges, the marine family you belong to when onboard, the different cultures you meet and why being a Captain is being a Leader. James is passionate about raising the profile of the maritime industry, and he does a good job. He is interested in the new media landscape and even landed a new white-collar job via LinkedIn, where he now has more than 28,000 followers. James is one of a kind. Please listen to our conversation and then give us a shoutout on social media. Thank you for listening!